16th International Conference on Input-Output Techniques

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In total: 168 papers

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1 Nikolaos Adamou Linkages Impact & Feedback in Light of Linear Similarity Paper
2 Zahra Afshari Estimating the Inflationary Effect of Implementing Value Added Tax in Iran (An Input -Output Approach) Paper
3 Melek Akdogan A Social accouning matrix (SAM) of Turkey in 1998 Paper
4 Vito Albino,
Michele De Nicolò,
A. Claudio Garavelli,
Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli,
Devrim Murat Yazan
Rural development and agro-energy supply chain. An application of enterprise input-output modelling supported by GIS Paper
5 Vito Albino,
Michele De Nicolò,
Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli,
Devrim Yazan
Integrating Enterprise Input-Output Modelling with GIS Technology for Supply Chain Analysis Paper
6 Robbie Andrew and Vicky Forgie Global Warming Potential in New Zealand's Food and Fibre Sectors: A Structural Path Analysis Paper
7 Fidel Aroche WassilyLeontief and the General Equilibrium Theory Paper
8 Luc Avonds The input-output framework and modelling assumptions considered from the point of view of the economic circuit Paper
9 Luc Avonds,
Caroline Hambye,
Bernhard Michel
Time Series of Supply and Use Table for Belgium 1995-2002 Paper
10 Hüsniye Aydin An Analysis of Input-Output Inter industry Linkages in the Turkish Economy Paper
11 Abuzer Bakis Occupational Choice and Redistributive Taxation Paper
12 A.A.Banouei,
J.Banouei and M.Mohagheghi
Analyses of Information and Energy Segments of the Iranian and Indian Economies Paper
13 Fatemeh Bazzazan and Nafiseh Mohammadi Sources of Economic Growth and Input-Output Structural Decomposition Analysis: The Case of Iran Paper
14 Athena Belegri-Roboli,
Panayotis Michaelides,
Maria Markaki
Input-output modeling of labour productivity and the working time in Greece Paper
15 Niaz Ahmed Bhutto and Selim Cagatay Recent Developments in the WTO Agricultural Agreement and Reflections on Environment: Deriving Impacts by Using an Agri-Environmental I-O Model for Turkey Paper
16 Andrés Blancas The Dynamic Accounting Multiplier from a SAM Perspective Paper
17 Peter Bleses Stages of Integration of Supply and Use tables in National Accounts in Germany Paper
18 Uwe Blien and Friedrich Graef Estimating Flow Matrices by the ADETON Method Paper
19 Michel Braibant Price index in service sector in France Paper
20 Emanuele Breda,
Rita Cappariello and Roberta Zizza
The measures of the external trade impulse to economic growth: How relevant is the internationalization of production Paper
21 Corjan Brink and Annemarth Idenburg Cost-effective pollution-abatement in an input-output model Paper
22 María Ángeles Cadarso,
Nuria Gómez,
Luis Antonio López,
María Ángeles Tobarra
Vertical specialisation in EU manufacturing and services sectors Paper
23 María Angeles Cadarso Vecina,
María del Rosario Cervantes,
Nuria Gómez Sanz,
Luis Antonio López Santiago & María Ángeles Tobarra Gómez
Labour Demand Effects of International Outsourcing in Mexico Paper
24 María-Angeles Cadarso-Vecina,
Nuria Gómez-Sanz,
Luis-Antonio López-Santiago & María-Ángeles Tobarra-Gómez
Vertical Specialisation in EU Manufacturing and Services sectors Paper
25 Simona Cantono,
Reinout Heijungs and René Kleijn
Linking micro to macro in sustainability analysis: the case of hydrogen based public bus services Paper
26 M. Alejandro Cardenete and Ferran Sancho Key Sector Analysis: a Computable General Equilibrium Approach Paper
27 M. Alejandro Cardente Fiscal Federalism using a CGE Model Paper
28 Belen Castro International transfer of technology through trade and its impact on productivity. The case of Mexico Paper
29 Debesh Chakraborty A Structural Decomposition Analysis of Energy Consumption in India Paper
30 Alexandr Chebanov The Estimation of Interindustry Exchange Equivalence in the Ukrainian Economy Paper
31 Xikang Chen Total Domestic Value Added and Total Imports Induced by China's Exports Paper
32 Lizzie CHIKOTI,
Liv Hobbelstad SIMPSON and Steinar TODSEN
The effect on GDP by integrating Supply and Use Tables in the National Accounts for a developing country Paper
33 Tommaso Ciarli and Marco Valente Production structure and economic fluctuations Paper
34 M. Ciaschini,
R. Pretaroli and C. Socci
A "convenient" multi sectoral policy control for ICT in the USA economy Paper
35 Giulia Colombo The Effects of DR-CAFTA in Nicaragua: a CGE-Microsimulation Model for Poverty and Inequality Analysis Paper
36 Pedro Cortiñas,
Juan A. Vicente and Alejandro Valdivia
Impact of migration on a regional economy. The case of the Balearic Islands, Spain Paper
37 Ezra Davar Supply Quantitative Model à la Leontief Paper
38 Sake de Boer,
Ria Okkerse-Ruitenberg and Jan van der Worp
Results of the Dutch national accounts price and volume measurement project Paper
39 Paul de Boer Multiplicative decomposition and index number theory: an empirical application of the Sato-Vartia decomposition Paper
40 Federico Di Leo and Susanna Mantegazza Integration of SUT/IOT into the National Accounts: the Italian experience Paper
41 João Dias,
J. Ferreira do Amaral and J.C. Lopes
Demand Shocks and Output Structures in Some OECD Countries: An Input-Output Euclidean Distance Multipliers Approach Paper
42 Erik Dietzenbacher Distance Matters! Visualizing Production Chains Using Average Propagation Lengths Paper
43 Faye Duchin and Stephen H. Levine Tracking Global Factor Inputs, Factor Earnings, and Emissions Associated with Consumption in a World Modeling Framework Paper
44 Nergiz DINÇER,
The Sectoral aspects of Turkish economy in the way through EU Intergration Paper
45 Alexander Elbert The Methodology of the Israeli SUT preparation Paper
46 Fernando Escobedo Measuring the Dependence of the Weighted RAS Method Objective Function through the Analysis of the Dual Problem Paper
47 Mitsuo Ezaki and Tien Dung Nguyen Regional Economic Integration and Its Impacts on Growth, Income Distribution and Poverty in East Asia: A CGE Analysis Paper
48 Mária Forgon and Csák Ligeti Experience in integrating the SUT and National Accounts compilation in Hungary Paper
49 Rainer Fremdling and Reiner Stäglin A historic input-output table Paper
50 Fu Xue The Contribution of Human Capital to Economic Growth: Combining the Lucas Model with the Input-Output Model Paper
51 Giorgio Garau and Patrizio Lecca The Effect of R&D Subsidy Policy on Regional Growth and Unemployment Paper
52 Partha Pratim Ghosh,
Arpita Dhar and Debesh Chakraborty
Modelling the performance of a developing economy: the case of Sri-Lanka Paper
53 Stefan Giljum,
Christian Lutz,
Ariane Jungnitz
A multi-regional environmental input-output model to quantify embodied material flows Paper
54 Antoaneta Golemanova Input-Output Model for the South-East Region in Bulgaria Paper
55 Malgorzata Goralczyk and Peter J. Stauvermann The Usefulness of Hybrid Accounting Systems for Environmental Policy Advice regarding Sustainability Paper
56 Alexander Granberg,
Victor Suslov,
Yury Ershov and Larisa Melnikova
Multi-regional models in long-term forecasting economic development Paper
57 Dabo Guan A New Integrated Hydro-Economic Accounting and Analytical Framework for Water Resources: A case study for North China Paper
58 Joaquim J.M. Guilhoto,
Silvio Massaru Ichihara,
Fernando Antonio Slaibe Postali,
Krongnon W. de Souza Regueira,
André Canelas,
Maria Mendes da Fonseca,
Ney Cunha
The Oil and Gas Sector in the Brazilian Economy Paper
59 Jiemin Guo and Mark A. Planting Integrating U.S. Input-Output Tables with SNA: Valuations and Extensions Paper
60 Troy Hawkins,
Chris Hendrickson,
H. Scott Matthews
Uncertainty in the Mixed-Unit Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment Model of the US Economy Paper
61 Troy Hawkins,
Chris Hendrickson,
H. Scott Matthews
Estimation of Supply Chain Cadmium, Lead, Nickel, and Zinc Intensity with the Mixed-Unit Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment (MUIO-LCA) Model Paper
62 Lining He and Faye Duchin Regional Development in China: Interregional Transportation Infrastructure and Regional Comparative Advantage Paper
63 Koichi Hikita,
Kazushige Shimpo,
Megha Shukla,
Kazunari Kainou,
Satoshi Nakano,
and Asako Okamura
Making Input-Output Tables for Environmental Analysis for India: 1993/94 and 1998/99 Paper
64 Takashi HOMMA Shunsuke MORI,
Toshimasa TOMODA,
Yasuhiro MUROTA
A study of fuel substitution flexibility effects on economic impacts of carbon emission constraints using an energy-multi-sector-economy model Paper
65 Yoshifumi Ishikawa An Evaluation of the RAS Method for compiling Asian International Input-Output Tables Paper
66 Taku Ishiro Industry Network within the region - by making 1985-2000 regional input-output tables in accordance with a size of enterprises-: the case of Kanagawa prefecture in Japan Paper
67 Hiroshi Izumi Purchasing Power Parities and Multilateral Comparison of Input-Output Structures-2000 Input-Output Tables of Japan, China and Republic of Korea in Real Value Paper
68 Xuemei Jiang,
Erik Dietzenbacher and Bart Los
Using Fundamental Economic Structures to Estimate Chinese Regional Input-Output Tables Paper
69 Shigemi Kagawa Economic and Environmental Consequences of the Automobile Lifetime Change and Fuel Economy Improvement Paper
70 Janja Kalin Experiences in the Compilation of Supply and Use and Input-Output Tables in Slovenia: Applications for Tourism Satellite Accounts Paper
71 Rohana Kamaruddin Structural change, linkages vs leakages in the Malaysian economy: 1991-2000 Paper
72 Keramidas,
D and Economidis,
Ch. and Stroblos,
The Contribution of the Immigrants to Greek Economy: A study using the Social Accounting Matrix Paper
73 Malte Knüppel and Karl-Heinz Tödter Additivity of National Accounts reconsidered Paper
74 Kurt Kratena From Ecological Footprint to Ecological Rent: An Economic Indicator for Resource Constraints Paper
75 Tobias Kronenberg Accounting for Intraindustry Trade Reduces the Tendency Paper
76 Mehmet Kula Supply Use and Input-output Tables for Turkey Paper
77 Hiroshi Kuwamori and Nobuhiro Okamoto Industrial networks between China and Asian Countries Paper
78 Christian Lager Why and when are there negative coefficients in joint production systems with commodity technology Paper
79 James Lennox From input-output to computable general equilibrium modelling of water use in the Canterbury region Paper
80 Molly Lesher and Hildegunn Nordås Business Services, Trade and Costs Paper
81 M. Carmen Lima and M. Alejandro Cardenete A price model to assess the effects of European Regional Development Fund in an Objective 1 region for the European Regional Policy Paper
82 Liu Yifang Tong Renchen Xu Jian The Input-Output Analysis of the Circular Economy Paper
83 Xiuli Liu Calculate and Forecast Shadow Price of Water Resources in China and Its Nine Major River Basins Paper
84 J. Carlos Lopes Economic Complexity as Input-Output Interrelatedness: A Comparison of Different Measurement Methods Paper
85 Andre Lorentz,
_ Tommaso Ciarli,
Maria Savona,
Marco Valente
Growth, structural change and consumption: a microeconomic explanation of macroeconomic dynamics Paper
86 Alexander Loschky and Liane Ritter Import content of exports Paper
87 Mikulas Luptá?ik and Bernhard Böhm Efficiency Analysis of a Multisectoral Economic System Paper
88 Antonio Macrí Forestry and sustainable development: data availability for analysis and scenarios Paper
89 Sanjiv Mahajan UK National Accounts - GDP and Input-Output Supply and Use Tables Paper
90 Sanjiv Mahajan Development, Compilation and Use of Input-Output Supply and Use Tables in the UK National Accounts Paper
91 Helmut Maier Applying Leontief's input-output concept to a postulated global economic order of the natural world Paper
92 Raty Markku Introducing Methods of Integrating SUT into National Accounts in Finland Paper
93 Helmut Mayer Calculation of a (hybrid) energy IO table for Germany 2003 and analysis within the Environmental-Economic Accounts Paper
94 Bo MENG and Chao QU Application of the Input-output Decomposition Technique to China's regional economies Paper
95 Mikulá? Luptá?ik and Wolfgang Koller Measuring the Economic Importance of an Industry: An Application to the Austrian Agricultural Sector Paper
96 Guilherme R. C. Moreira,
Joaquim J. M. Guilhoto,
Carlos R. Azzoni
Social policies, personal and regional income inequality in Brazil: an I-O analysis Paper
97 Yuzuru MIYATA,
Yasuhiro HIROBATA,
Rural Sustainable Development by Constructing New Roads in Advanced Country - A Case Study of San-en Region in Japan Paper
98 Yuichi Moriguchi Analysis of material flows by Input-Output framework for environmental and resource issues Paper
99 Kakali Mukhopadhyay Debate on Trade and Environment: Evidence from Thailand Paper
100 Kakali Mukhopadhyay Air pollution and Income Distribution in India Paper
101 Akiko Nakajima Does market price converge towards natural price? Input Output Analysis of Japan for 1951-2000 Paper
102 Shinichiro Nakamura and Kenichi Nakajima Waste Input-Output Material Flow Analysis of Mineral Materials: a new approach to compiling a PIOT that is consistent with mass conservation Paper
103 Satoshi Nakano and Ayu Washizu Towards the lifestyle of sustainable consumption society: a simulation analysis using the demand function in the AIDS and the environmental input-output table Paper
104 Yukinori Nakano Comparison of several types of knowledge industries between Japan and Europe Paper
105 Frederik NEUWAHL,
Employment impacts of EU biofuels policy: combining bottom-up technology information and sectoral market simulations in an input-output framework Paper
106 Kazuhiko Nishimura and Satoshi Nakano Estimation of Multiregional Transactions in Partitioning Regional Input-Output Table Paper
107 Sumiye Okubo Industry-based R&D Satellite Account Paper
108 Ahmet Ozcam The entropy estimation of the intersectoral linkages of the Turkish economy based on Leontief input-output model Paper
109 Paulo de Tarso Gaeta Paixão A procedure for scenarizing by changing direct input coefficients observing a supply and use tables framework Paper
110 Maria Pempetzoglou and Stella Karagianni The Effects of an Increasing Energy Tax with and without Sectoral Exemptions in Greece: An Input-Output Analysis Paper
111 Glen Peters Opportunities and challenges for environmental MRIO modeling: Illustrations with the GTAP database Paper
112 Shri Prakash Evaluation of the Impact of Family Business in Drugs & Pharmaceutical Industry on Indian Economy in a General Equilibrium Framework Paper
113 Prakash,
D Hosamane,
M. and Kaur,
Programming - Input-Output Modeling of Retail Chain Management And Its Interface with the Economy Paper
114 Prakash,
S. and Bagati,
Partial Analysis of Impact of Use of Finance Option CGE Paper
115 Shri Prakash and Brinda Balakrishnan Input Output Modelling of labour productivity and its human capital Paper
116 Deepa Rawat and S.S.S. Chauhan The relationship between public expenditure and status of education in India: an IO approach Paper
117 Utz-Peter Reich Inequality in Exchange: The Use of a World Trade Flow Table For Analyzing the International Economy Paper
118 Utz Reich Reich Additivity of deflated input-output tables in national accounts Paper
119 Hassan Rizvi and Reiner Staeglin The Role of Input-Output in Improving National Accounts for Pakistan Paper
120 Benedetto Rocchi Building a SAM for the Analysis of Rural Policies: Insights from an Italian Case Study Paper
121 J. Rodrigues,
T. Domingos
Estimation of the transboundary indirect effect of greenhouse gas emissions Paper
122 Marek ROJICEK and Jaroslav SIXTA Use of the supply and use tables in the process of constant prices estimation: Czech experience Paper
123 Rharo Rodolfo de Jesus Haro Garcia Mathematical Estimation of the Symmetric Input-output Matrix Paper
124 Peter Rørmose Integration of Supply and Use Tables and Symmetrical Input-output Tables in the Danish National Accounts Paper
125 José M. Rueda-Cantuche,
Jörg Beutel,
Frederik Neuwahl,
Andreas Löschel,
Ignazio Mongelli
A Symmetric Input-Output Table for EU27: Latest Progress Paper
126 José M. Rueda-Cantuche and Amores,
Antonio F.
Key activities under joint Input-Output, Econometric and DEA approaches: the case of Turkey Paper
127 José M. Rueda-Cantuche and Thijs ten Raa Symmetric Input-Output Tables: Products or Industries? Paper
128 Pablo Ruiz-Nápoles Vertically Intergrated unit labor costs and trade by sector, Mexico-USA, 1970-2000 Paper
129 Mohd Yusof Saari,
Erik Dietzenbacher and Bart Los
The Impact of Growth on Income Distribution among the Malaysian Ethnic Groups: A Social Accounting Matrix Approach Paper
130 Julio Sánchez-Chóliz and Rosa Duarte Growth, productivity and technological blocks in OECD countries: an input-output approach Paper
131 Joost R. Santos Inoperability Input-Output Model (IIM) with Multiple Probabilistic Sector Inputs Paper
132 Dhanmanjiri Sathe Structural Change in Indian Economy: Some Evidence from the Pr--Reform Period Paper
133 Bertram Schefold Approximate surrogate production functions Paper
134 Shalini Sharma Impact of Forward Commodity Trading on General Prices in Indian Economy:A PartialApproach to Computable General Equilibrium Model Paper
135 Shalini Sharma Indian Contribution to Leontief's Input Output Economics Paper
136 Kazushige Shimpo and Asako Okamura Infoio: World Input-Output Table Database Paper
137 Andrea Stocker,
Friedrich Hinterberger,
Marc Ingo Wolter
Modelling environmental, economic and employment effects of resource savings in Austria Paper
138 Rita M. Strohmaier The Treatment of Human Capital in a Sraffian Fixed Capital Framework Paper
139 Mikio Suga The Effect of Supply Shocks to the Aggregate Price Change in Japan Paper
140 Sangwon Suh,
Keisuke Nansai,
Shigemi Kagawa
A Structural Comparison of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by the US and Japan Paper
141 Ça?atay Telli,
Ebru Voyvoda and Erinç Yeldan
A time series consolidated social accounting matrix assembly system: application to Turkey, 2002-2005 Paper
142 Jian TENG,
Wenhui FANG,
An Input-Output Analysis on Japanese Enterprises in China Paper
143 Thomas F. Howells III,
Edward T. Morgan,
Dylan G. Rassier,
and Conrad E. Roesch
Implementing a GLS Model in the U.S. Input-Output Accounts Paper
144 Paul J. Thomassin and Kakali Mukhopadhyay Impact of East-Asian Free Trade on the Environment- an Exercise with GTAP modeling Paper
145 Arnold Tukker EXIOPOL: Blueprint for a Global Regionalised Environmentally Extended Input-Output Database Paper
146 Elif Tunal? and Osman Aydogus Paper
147 The Effect of Energy Price Increases on Industrial Prices and GeneralPrice Level : A Comparative-Static Analysis for Selected EU Countries and Turkey within the Open-Static Leontief Model Paper
148 Serap Türüt-A??k,
Elif Akbostanc?,
G. ?pek Tunç
Effects of International Trade onEnvironment: An Input-Output Analysis Paper
149 Christos Tzimos,
Iannis Papadimitriou and Nikolaos Adamou
The measurement of interindustry linkages with data analysis methods Paper
150 Bart Van den Cruyce and Johan Wera Qualitative Employment Multipliers for Belgium, Results for 2000 and 2002 Paper
151 Bart Van den Cruyce and Johan Wera Results of the Belgian SAM sub-account for labour demand Paper
152 Hongyi Wang The Model of Inputs, Occupation and Outputs in Hospital and the Control of Health and Medicine Expense Rise Paper
153 Wang Lu,
Tong Rencheng
Input-Output Analysis for Multi-location Supply Chain management Control Paper
Comparative analysis of resource-saving technology between Japan and the USA Paper
155 Michael Weber Methods related to Leontief's Inverse for applications in SCM Paper
156 Thomas Wiedmann,
Manfred Lenzen,
Rocky Harris,
Jan Minx,
and John Barrett
Application of a novel matrix balancing approach to the estimation of UK input-output tables Paper
157 Harry Wilting and Kees Vringer Environmental Accounting from a Producer or a Consumer Principle; an Empirical Examination covering the World Paper
158 Edward Wolff Measures of technical change and structural change in services in the U.S.: Was there a resurgence of productivity growth in services? Paper
159 Wang Lu & Tong Rencheng Environmental Effect of Foreign Direct Investment in China Paper
160 Xu Daju Research on Positive Analyses in Multisector Macroeconomic of China Paper
161 Takashi Yagi Sraffa's System and Mark-up Pricing Paper
162 Norihiko Yamano and Nadim Ahmad Development of the OECD Input-Output database 2006 edition and the applications of harmonosed international tables Paper
163 Cuihong Yang Import Dependence of Foreign Trade: A case of China Paper
164 Takashi Yano and Hiroyuki Kosaka Analyzing Multi-Sectoral Effects of Demographic Change on the Japanese Economy Paper
165 Kazuyo Yokoyama Dynamic Waste Input Output Modeling of Carbon Stock and Flow Paper
166 Yang Yu,
Klaus Hubacek,
Dabo Guan,
Nanlin Jin and Kuishuang Feng
Construction and application of regional input-output models: Assessing water consumption in South East and North East of England Paper
167 M. Ensar Yesilyurt and Filiz Yesilyurt Leontief Inverse Matr?x In 2 And 3 D?g?ts (xls file) Paper
168 Zhang Hongxia and Liu Xiuli The R&D Inter-industry Spillover Change in China: on the analysis of 1997 and 2002 IO tables of China Paper

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169 Nikolaos Adamou and Sotirios Theodoropoulos Generation & benefit spillover of labor productivity Turkey & Greece Abstract
170 Paola Antonello A Classical Model of Sustainable Growth Abstract
171 Paola Antonello An application of EM algorithm to the analysis of structural change through input-output Abstract
172 F. Bazzazan,
A.A. Banouei,
M. Karami
Generating Regional Coefficients without Survey Based RIOT. The Case of Tehran Province Abstract
173 Ludovico Bracci Compilation of Use table of imports the Italian experience Abstract
174 Sake de Boer,
Jan van Dalen,
Taeke Takema and Piet Verbiest
Value added and additivity of national accounts: some comments Abstract
175 Fernanda Sartori de Camargo and Joaquim J.M. Guilhoto Employment, productive structure and income distribution in the Brazilian economy, 1996 and 2002 compared Abstract
176 Esteban Fernández and Bart Los The Identification of Technology Spillovers: Keller Revisited Abstract
177 Oliver Fritz and Gerhard Streicher Manufacturing exports and services: An input-output analysis for Austria Abstract
178 Giorgio Garau and Patrizio Lecca Regional CGE Model Embodying Productivity Gains Abstract
179 Ho Un Gim The interrelation of the Leontief inverse with final demand and total output: based on the correct consecutive connections Abstract
180 Cristela Goce-Dakila A Spatial Computable General Equilibrium Approach Abstract
181 Dabo Guan,
Klaus Hubacek,
Glen Peter and Chris Weber
Driving China to a Cleaner Transformation and Bluer Sky: A New Approach of IPAT-IO Structural Decomposition Analysis on CO2 Emissions Abstract
182 Reinout Heijungs,
Gjalt Huppes,
Arjan de Koning,
Arnold Tukker,
Ignazio Mongelli,
Frederik Neuwahl
A framework for data transformation in the context of the establishment of environmentally extended IO tables Abstract
183 Geoffrey J.D. Hewings Demographic challenges to regional economic development Abstract
184 Satoshi Inomata and Hiroshi Kuwamori Transnational Interregional Input-Output Table between China and Japan: Its compilation and application Abstract
185 Christian Kerschner and Klaus Hubacek Towards a multi-method Input-Output analysis of the potential economic effects of Peak-Oil induced petroleum supply disruptions Abstract
186 Chonggui Kim Analyses of Industrial Interdependency of the Asian Pacific Countries, Particularly among China, Korea, and Japan Abstract
187 Chonggui Kim Analysis of Inter-regional Dependency of the Six Regions in Korea Abstract
188 Masaaki Kuboniwa and Natalia Ustinova Developments in Russia's input-output tables and their applications to the analyses of its optimally sustainable economic growth: How can we dream with Russia? Abstract
189 Michael L. Lahr,
Isidoro Romero,
and Erik Dietzenbacher
The Relationship of the Average Propagation Length of Production Chains and Approximations to Power Series Estimates of the Leontief Inverse Abstract
190 Bart Los Input-Output Analysis: An Impact Study Abstract
191 Minx,
and Barrett,
Revealing Structures: Empirical Differences between Monetary and Physical Input-Output Models and their Implications for Environmental Economic Analysis Abstract
192 Ignazio Mongelli,
Kurt Kratena,
Frederik Neuwahl,
José M. Rueda-Cantuche
An econometric estimation of a demand system for the whole Europe to analyze the consumers' behaviour and their response to policy measures Abstract
193 Pablo Muñoz,
Stefan Giljum,
Jordi Roca Jusmet
Export-oriented development and environmental pressures in Chile: a Material Flow Analysis (MFA)/ Input output (IO) approach Abstract
194 Keisuke Nansai,
Shigemi Kagawa,
and Yuichi Moriguchi
Implications of the Japanese trading behind household consumption considering its environmental impacts and stability in material flows Abstract
195 Carsten Nathani The Net Embodied Energy Balance for Switzerland: Results of a Multiregional Input-output Model Abstract
196 Jan Oosterhaven,
Dirk Stelder and Satoshi Inomata
Evaluation of Non-Survey International IO Construction Methods with the Asian-Pacific Input-Output Table Abstract
197 Michal Przybylinski Change in Foreign Trade and its Impact on Labour productivity in Poland Abstract
198 Antonio Rua Input-output analysis: linkages vs leakages Abstract
199 Monica Serrano and Jordi Roca Trade and Environment in Spain: an Input-Output Approach Abstract
200 Albert E. Steenge,
Richard van den Berg and Marija Bockarjova
Leontief and the Classics Back to the Future Abstract
201 Masayuki Suzuki and Hitoshi Hayami The input-output analysis of infectious diseases Abstract
202 Umed Temurshoev and Stanislav Stakhovych Indirect Shareholding and Tacit Collusion Abstract
203 Lucja Tomaszewicz and Iwona Swieczewska Total Factor Productivity and Intersectoral Diffusion of Innovations Abstract
204 Yang Cuihong,
Yu Chunlin
Energy Intensity and Industrial Structural Change of China: 1992-2005 Abstract
205 A. Erinc Yeldan Modeling general equilibrium for socially responsible macroeconomics Abstract
206 Jianwen Yuan Measurement of industrialization stage of Guangdong Province Abstract

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 AuthorsTitles of papers
207 Sangjueon Ahna and Song taek Lim Developing Hybrid Input-Output Material Flow Accounts using Life Cycle Inventory Database
208 Fidel Aroche and Marco Antonio Marquez Economic relations, trade patterns and dependence in North America. A network perspective
209 Koen De Backer and Noriko Yamano Globalisation Measurement using International Input-output Tables
210 Damien Friot,
Julia Steinberger,
Gabrielle Antille,
Olivier Jolliet
Tracking Environmental Impacts of Consumption : an economic-ecological model linking OECD and developing countries
211 Yong-Lyoul Kim Korea's Policy on Non-Farm Income Promotion
212 Yasushi KONDO and Koji TAKASE An Integrated Model for Evaluating Environmental Impact of Consumer's Lifestyle
213 Pedro Noguera Méndez and María Semitiel García The role of agriculture from a structural and relational perspective
214 Sandro Montresor and Giuseppe Vittucci Marzetti Innovation clusters in technological systems: a network analysis of 15 OECD countries for the middle '90s
215 Sandro Montresor and Giuseppe Vittucci Merzetti Constructing intersectoral innovation diffusion networks with input-output: how to get relative flows? An illustrative application to six OECD countries for the middle '90s

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